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The Fiji Airways Flying Fijians 38 member training squad will start their camp on the 1st of next month to prepare for Game 1 of the Pacific Test Series against the Maori All Blacks.
Fiji play the Maori All Blacks on 13th July at the ANZ Stadium at 3pm. The two teams also face off in Auckland on 20th July.
Some top players that are in the Flying Fijians wider training squad are Josua Tuisova and his brother Filipo Nakosi, Semi Radradra, Eroni Sau, Leone Nakarawa, Patrick Osbourne, Viliame Mata, Frank Lomani and Semi Kunatani.
Fiji is pooled with Australia, Wales, Georgia and Uruguay in the Rugby World Cup in Japan which kicks off in September this year.
The Flying Fijians’ opening match in the Rugby World Cup is against the Wallabies on 21st September
SOURCE: FIJI VILLGAE/PACNEWS
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